BMW's E-SUV Designed "Like a Loft"
SUV With a Range of 280 Miles on a Charge
Powerful SUV With Zero-Emissions
BMW's new, electric SUV, the iX 60 is something electrifying and very different. According to BMW Design Chief Adrian van Hooydonk, it is designed as a "loft on wheels". It certainly embodies that description. The SUV provides a lot of cabin space and has an elegant, aerodynamic design. The design team is said to have been given a great deal of freedom to pursue their collective vision of design. The result is a stunning looking, airy, all-electric SUV with a powerful battery that affords 280 miles of range on a charge.
Highly Aerodynamic Vehicle
The EV has a dual electric motor powertrain that generates 610 hp. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds. Top speed is 155 mph. It has one of the lowest drag coefficients among production cars at .26, making it a highly aerodynamic SUV. The vehicle has 21-inch wheels with Pirelli P Zero rubber tires. The interior of the vehicle is minimalist combined with pure luxury. The leather seats are composed of animal-free Sensa tec. There are elegant touches of wood and glass. BMW is pricing the vehicle around $110,000. For more news stories like this, Daily Vehicle Briefing